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TitleStudent satisfaction through an adaptation of the SAM method: an analysis from consumption to post-consumption in higher education degrees
Author(s)Ribeiro, Iara Margolis
Providencia, B
KeywordsResearch methodology
Issue date2021
CitationMargolis, I., & Providência, B. (2021, June). Student Satisfaction through an Adaptation of the SAM Method—An Analysis from Consumption to Post-Consumption in Higher Education Degrees. In 2021 IEEE International Conference on Educational Technology (ICET) (pp. 284-288). IEEE.
Abstract(s)The higher education market is experiencing a duality between meeting financial and academic goals. In both perspectives, the search for student/consumer satisfaction is a reality. The methods for measuring student satisfaction, in the Brazilian scenario, are mostly based on marketing metrics, without a real understanding of the students' feelings and perceptions. Given this scenario, the question is whether there is a divergence in perception between the student and the former student and if there is any viable technique capable of measuring these issues. In a quantitative survey, with 256 students, 81 former students, and 47 professors, an adaptation of the SAM (Self-Assessment Manikin) scale was carried out, with reason-emotion humanoids and academic stimuli. The main result is that the SAM is a viable, fast and effective model. It addresses institutional technical issues from a personal perspective. Furthermore, the divergence of perception between the former students and the current students was found.
TypeConference paper
Publisher version
AccessOpen access
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